The common changes in hair growth are linked to changes in the size enlarging anagen follicles achieve. According to the accepted science in tissue physiology, the in vivo growth of the anagen follicle, must be subject to the normal spatial growth controls, but this factor is clearly not being considered in the current research.

When you apply this growth control in this context, there are some important implications in Human evolution and disease. So I wish to ask scientists if there is any evidence that hair follicles are in some way immune to this common in vivo growth control?

Foote, J Tissue Sci Eng 2018, 9:1 DOI: 10.4172/2157-7552.1000217 Direct link

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